On Display :
Sculptures, Potraits Of Erstwhile Kings Of Dungarpur.
10.00 am To 4.30 pm
A newly made museum named "Rajmata Devendra Kunwar State Museum and Cultural Centre, Dungarpur" was opened to the public in 1988.
The statue gallery of the museum throws light on the history of Vagad Pradesh that was spread over the present areas of Dungarpur, Banswara and tehsil Kherwara of Udaipur district.
The prominent sculptural specimens are Mahishasur- Mardini (16th-17th century AD); Vinadhar Shiva in black stone (6th-7th century A D); Kumari, a female figure (6th-7th century AD) discovered from Aamjhara, a good-looking image of Gajlaxmi (17th - 18th century AD) and Navrgraha in a single stone piece (11th- 12th century AD).
The museum also has a panel of portraits of the erstwhile Maharajas of Dungarpur State and photographs of palaces, temples and monuments from the lots of phases of the land's history.
Entry Fee :
Free entry every Monday.
Friday and gazetted holidays.